What is the “data analytics stack?”

August 8, 2020 | George Mount

A poor craftsman blames his tools. But if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. It’s common for web developers or database adminstrators to refer to their “stack” of tools used to do the job, but I’ve never heard this moniker used for data ...
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Python-Powered Excel (O’Reilly Online Learning)

August 7, 2020 | George Mount

I’m pleased to present a new O’Reilly Online Learning session on Python-Powered Excel on Friday Sept 18th at 12p Eastern. The session is free to attend for all subscribers to the fantastic O’Reilly Online Learning platform. Check your employer or university for an institutional account, or really, ...
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IDE Tricks #1: Multiple Cursors in PyCharm

August 6, 2020 | Benyamin Smith

I saw this trick while learning about Unit Testing in Python to help speed up editing code which is copy-pasted, but needs some slight changes when using PyCharm 1. Click on where you want your cursor to be first.2. Hold the “Alt” Key3. While holding the Alt Key, click where else ... [...Read more...]

I like to MVO it!

July 31, 2020 | OSM

In our last post, we ran through a bunch of weighting scenarios using our returns simulation. This resulted in three million portfolios comprised in part, or total, of four assets: stocks, bonds, gold, and real estate. These simulations relaxed the allocation constraints to allow us to exclude assets, yielding a ...
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